NISA Split, Public Outraged At Japan Reactor Restart Meeting

A public NISA meeting to discuss restarting the Oi nuclear reactor turned to chaos. The meeting was public to discuss the Oi nuclear reactor possible restart. As the meeting progressed it became clear that the public attending the meeting were not going to sit quietly and allow the reactor restart to be rubber stamped. NISA officials then decided to kick the public out of the public meeting and make them move to a nearby meeting room and watch the meeting on TV. When the attendees refused to leave the police were called.

As NISA officials tried to then move the public meeting behind closed doors two members of NISA’s board refused to participate in the tactic. One NISA member that walked out in protest called the attempt to shut out the public for trying to participate in the meeting as “flimsy”. The other said that shutting out the public will only cause NISA to lose more credibility.

NISA officials also attempted to plant skewed stories in the traditional media about what happened at the meeting. Completely forgetting that IWJ was there streaming the entire goings on live on the internet. Ex-SKF has the blow by blow details with translations.

Once again government officials don’t get it and the internet was there to see it. The world is watching.

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